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What’s On in Honolulu This Autumn

Autumn 2017/2018

Hawaii State Farm Fair
 Kualoa Ranch
July 15th- July 16th
This summer is Hawaii’s 53rd annual State Farm Fair! This Fair was created to bring everyone together for a great time and to help educate people on the agriculture and the livestock of Hawaii. The 4,000 acres of Kualoa Ranch, which the fair is located on, offers a large amount of space for awesome livestock exhibits, a Kiddie Zone, and stages for live music performances. There is something for everyone to enjoy at the Hawaii State Farm Fair this summer!
Made in Hawaii Festival
 Neal Blaisdell Exhibition Hall & Arena
August 18th – August 20th
The summer of 2017, marks the 23rd annual Made in Hawaii Festival. This festival is all about everything that is made in Hawaii. At the festival, you are able to fully immerse yourself into Hawaii’s culture and explore all that is made in Hawaii, including food, gifts, books, arts, crafts, and fashion. There will also be live entertainment and demonstrations throughout the two days. The variety of activities, events, and shows at the festival will keep everyone entertained and enjoying the festival!
Okinawan Festival
 Kapiolani Park
Sept 2-3
The Okinawan Festival honours the Okinawan experience in Aloha and is the largest festival of its kind in Hawaii. This unique weekend-long celebration will be full of delicious food and cultural performances, showcasing Okinawan, Japanese and Hawaiian culture.
The Mayjah Rayjah Music Festival
Waikiki Shell
July 28th- July 29th
Reggae music has such an influence Hawaii’s culture, that they all come together every summer and celebrate the music at Mayjah Rayjah Music Festival. Hawaii’s largest reggae music festival is coming back one of the world’s most iconic venues, providing 2,400 reserved seats and more than 6,000 lawn seats. Some of the most legendary artists have performed on this stage including Bob Marley and UB40. In the 4th annual Mayjah Rayjah Music Festival, the lineup includes SOJA, Shaggy, Katchafire, and many other great reggae artists and groups. Join Hawaii this summer, in the celebration of Reggae music at Mayjah Rayjah Music Festival!